Christina Norsig and Rosenthal Dinnerware

By: Sanjeevkumar

, long one of Germany’smost prestigious porcelain manufacturers, produces dinnerware that graces thetables of outstanding hotels and restaurants worldwide. Loft was created by theQueensbury-Hunt Design Group for the Thomas brand that falls under Rosenthal’sumbrella. Loft works equally well for an impromptu brunch or a celebratorydinner party and is safe for both the dishwasher and microwave. Handsomelyboxed, the set is eminently suitable as a gift for the design-savvy friend orrelative setting up a new kitchen or desiring a new tabletop look. This is afunctional and modern collection with an abundant theme of forms - round,square, rectangle and oval. This style was designed for connoisseurs who putgreat emphasis on food presentation.

Bold black and white patterns are popping up everywhere thissummer, from swimsuits to pillows to dinnerware. Fashion designers Missoni andKate Spade feature oversized florals in their home tabletop collections.Graphic geometrics are the theme in a line of dishes from not Neutral , acontemporary product design company, and Thomas, a more traditional porcelainchina manufacturer. Even French Bull , popular for their blindingly colorfulmelamines, has introduced a dramatic, wallpaper-inspired style in black andwhite. , CEO of etabletop.com, says this contrasting look is very modern andmore versatile than you might think. Norsig suggests completing your tabletopwith rich red linens for formal occasions, or accenting with citron green for amore casual feel. This contemporary design, inspired by the glitter of starsdotting the Western sky, is part of the Modern Elements collection. Glow +Radiant are designed to complement each other with pale hues of pearl pink andgrey.

The Blue Flower of Royal Copenhagen motif consists of one ortwo large and some small flowers. The main flower might be a tulip, rose,poppy, carnation, convolvulus, or marguerite. The smaller ones are usuallycinquefoil, bluebell or primula together with leaves and buds. In Blue Flowerbraided, or osier as it was originally called, the flowers are framed by arelief border in basket weave and the lids are topped with large tulip buds. Pleasepurchase on online

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